We offer a range of 2, 3 & 4 hour boat trips – see below. With a little advance notice, we can add any of these into our timetable, on a weekend or Wednesday to Friday, but we need a minimum of six people in order to run one. Please phone or email us if you are interested in any of these other boat trips. Prices listed are for adults/over 65s/children 2-18. Infants under 2 & dogs are free with ticket.

Sun, Sea, Sangria and the Sugar Boat, 1 hour

Well, we can’t promise sun on this boat trip but we’ll do our best to send out good vibes for you. Sea, Sangria and the Sugar Boat will all be available! Your boat will motor along from Rhu Marina to Helensburgh Pier – an entirely different perspective – then circle round the Sugar Boat and hear about the history of this iconic feature, whilst enjoying sipping your Sangria, or Prosecco. Under 18s will be offered juice or fizz. £30/£25/£15

Boat trip to the Sugar Boat via the Port Glasgow Shipyards, 2 hours

On this boat trip, you will get a unique riverside view of Greenock, Greenock Ocean Terminal, Port Glasgow and the two partially finished CalMac ferries. This trip enters the Upper Clyde at Greenock Ocean Terminal and heads past James Watt Dock and Port Glasgow to the now infamous Ferguson Marine shipyard before returning to Rhu via the Sugar Boat wreck on the way home. £40/£35/£25

Boat trip to Kip Marina, with time ashore, 3 hours

A lovely scenic boat trip, passing the Cloch Lighthouse and continuing south to Kip Marina, Scotlands first marina, now with over 600 berths. You will have about an hour ashore when you can visit Kip’s Charthouse restaurant, the marina coffee shop or just wander around and watch all the activity. £45/£40/£30

Boat trip to Holy Loch Marina, with time ashore, 3 hours

This trip takes you westwards past Kilcreggan to the sheltered waters of the beautiful Holy Loch, which was used as an American base from 1961-1992. You will have about an hour ashore to visit the marina cafe, go for a walk, or just sit on the benches next to the marina office and watch all the boat activity £45/£40/£30. Next scheduled trip Friday 15th July at 10am – book here

Cloch Lighthouse & The Gantocks, 3 hours

A boat trip with wonderful photo opportunities built in. Your boat will pass very close to the Cloch Lighthouse, and then circle the Gantocks, a small cluster of rocks just south of Dunoon. You should be able to spot seabirds, seals, maybe porpoises, and if you’re very lucky, dolphins! £60/£55/£45

Four Piers Boat Trip, 3 hours

Visit four piers from the sea, Helensburgh, Craigendoran, Kilcreggan and Blairmore, and learn about the history of these, the Clyde Steamers, and the 14 other piers (approx.) constructed in this area in the 19th century. £60/£55/£45

Coulport, Finnart & Glenmallan, 3 hours

This boat trip takes us up Loch Long, past the Coulport RNAD Depot and Finnart Oil Terminal, which connects by pipelines across Scotland to Grangemouth, and onwards to Glen Mallan jetty, where the loch is so deep that aircraft carriers can berth against the shore. £60/£55/£45

Boat Trip under the Erskine Bridge to the Titan Crane, 4 hours

An amazing opportunity to view the River Clyde from the sea. Your boat will motor across the Firth of Clyde towards Greenock, and then follow the narrow dredged channel of the Clyde eastwards, past Dumbarton Rock, under the Erskine Bridge and up to the Titan Crane, and back. You are very welcome to bring a snack or packed lunch with you. £80/£65/£50